To be honest, I can't stand amp sims anymore for the most part, but if pressed I'd go with the Poulin/LePou (whichever is the actual name) and TSE X50 (http://www.theserinaexperiment.net/foru ... ?f=14&t=86)
tried TSE X50... fake sound As i remember, no VST can do realistic guitar distortion. Digital distortion just plain sucks (apart from the tiny little bit Nebula can do)
i got much better results plugging guitar and bass into an old distortion pedal and then into my sound cards DI Fuzz bass into your cab sim was amazing.
I've been thinking about buying a distortion pedal and running it in my DI. Any recommendation on the pedals that sound best through DI ?
mpodrug wrote:Does it mean every nebula library is already updated with the new programs? I'll definitely get some.
Good Lord, no, haha. I wish, though!!!
It's going to take me years to re-sample what I have already put out, in addition to new combos I've yet to sample. The kickstarter is to push the verbosity of what I'm about to do further than what I was going to do as a direct result of the explosion of incredibly positive feedback and support I got from the beta from the Fractal community. As such, I haven't started sampling the full libraries just yet (will probably start end of next week), and when I do it's probably going to take about 1 month for every new or re-released library.
If you've tried the publicly available beta files, the kickstarter bundle tier 3 has more files like that in there as an incentive to go big. All the details can be found:
When I re-release, prices are going to double, as the new way of doing this is 5-10 times the amount of work and literally 25 times the amount of sample points. Therefor the kickstarter bundles are at a 50% discount to the future price of the libraries.
The underlying point of the kickstarter is that I would like to be able to offer people more features/options (mics, preamp/EQ choices, etc), but I am a solo-operated/funded small business working out of my home and I have put myself in more debt buying gear over the last couple of years than I ever want to think about or admit to, and there is no deeper I can dig in my pockets to pull the funds for more gear - the bottom of the barrel has been scraped dry for quite some time now. So this is a "help me help you" kind of thing, and it's only temporary. Once I raise the funds, the kickstarter store items will be removed. I was going to do the whole thing on kickstarter.com, but I didn't like the way it worked at all, the concept was cool, but it wasn't a functional solution for me or my user base.